31 Reasons To Reject The Jab

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Shove your mandate, the SC sez.
Well, yes and no:



 

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Fauci's estimate for efficacy was reasonably accurate for the original strain. He acknowledged that the duration of efficacy remained to be solidified. He hoped that some resistance for life was a possibility, thought at least a year was realistic, but we found 6 months was the more accurate window. The vaccines did reasonably well with Delta. With Omicron they are very ineffective at preventing infection but at least that reduce the severity of symptoms to a good degree.

These public health officials are dealing with a moving target. They know the chances of inadequacy, but do not emphasize them when they are trying to get 80% of people on board. Unfortunately, the approach is to share less with stupid people, because they will probably distort the picture. Sharing less can also drum up paranoia. Fauci has a hard job.
 

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Fauci's estimate for efficacy was reasonably accurate for the original strain. He acknowledged that the duration of efficacy remained to be solidified. He hoped that some resistance for life was a possibility, thought at least a year was realistic, but we found 6 months was the more accurate window. The vaccines did reasonably well with Delta. With Omicron they are very ineffective at preventing infection but at least that reduce the severity of symptoms to a good degree.

These public health officials are dealing with a moving target. They know the chances of inadequacy, but do not emphasize them when they are trying to get 80% of people on board. Unfortunately, the approach is to share less with stupid people, because they will probably distort the picture. Sharing less can also drum up paranoia. Fauci has a hard job.
The original approach was the wisest - herd immunity.

The second wisest would have been to develop a traditional vaccine with whole killed virus.

In both cases you are/would have been protected against the original and any variants.
 

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The original approach was the wisest - herd immunity.

Millions more die by the virus in that scenario.
The second wisest would have been to develop a traditional vaccine with whole killed virus.

Even expedited that would be another 2 years.
In both cases you are/would have been protected against the original and any variants.
Better protection against variants but not absolute protection by any means.
 
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